Chief football writer
Updates for London have now ended but we'll be back at 08:00 on Tuesday with the latest news, sport, travel and weather.
A planned strike by London bus workers which would have disrupted travel to the Notting Hill Carnival on Monday has been called off.
Members of Unite at Tower Transit walked out on Friday and were due to stage another strike on Bank Holiday Monday in a dispute over rosters.
The union said it was suspending the next strike as a gesture of goodwill following "solid support" for Friday's action.
It will be dry at first tonight with some long clear spells perhaps leading to some mist patches around Lea Valley.
However, it will turn cloudier through the early hours, with some occasionally heavy showers pushing north by dawn.
Minimum Temperature: 15 C (59 F)
Tommy Cooper's "gag file", in which the late comedian meticulously recorded his jokes, is to be preserved by the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
The V&A has acquired an archive of papers and props once owned by Cooper, which show he was less shambolic off stage than he appeared when performing.
The gag file is among 116 boxes of his papers going into the V&A collection.
The museum said he used a system for storing his jokes alphabetically "with the meticulousness of an archivist".
A petition to save Fabric nightclub from permanently closing has gained nearly 80,000 signatures.
Resident DJ and promoter, Jacob Hansen, set up the petition to persuade London Mayor Sadi Khan to support the nightclub.
Islington Borough Council will review its licence on 6 September.
Transport Correspondent, BBC London
I spent an extremely interesting day watching and talking to the mayors of Paris and London.
Anne Hidalgo and Sadiq Khan have similar backgrounds.
We were told both have mothers who were seamstresses, both come from the immigrant families and both have a politically similar world-view.
A frail 84-year-old woman was repeatedly punched in the head, left with a deep wound in her head and robbed of her handbag during a mugging Mitcham last night.
An 85-year-old woman has been killed in a collision with a lorry in Southall, west London, the Met Police has said.
Ambulance and police were called to the scene at the junction of The Broadway with Herbert Road at 11:05 BST today. The woman was declared dead at the scene.
The lorry's driver stopped at the scene and no arrests have been made.
The woman's next of kin have been informed.